Your time of rest and relaxation in the bath can be marred by cold water if your hot water tank is not performing at its peak.
A water heater is one of the most underappreciated appliances in our home and its importance is only felt when you are literally left in the cold. Therefore, it is best to know if there is any issues with your water tank:
Yellowish or reddish-brown water is a sure sign that your heater is rusted on the inside. This can result in a leak, or worse, a harmful contamination.
Have you ever heard strange knocking or booming noise from inside your water heater? These noises generally occur when residue has built up in the foundation of your water tank. This means your tank will require more fuel to heat up water. This means a higher carbon footprint and an increased utility bill. It can also lead to cracks in your appliance.
If your water heating tank is damaged, it can cause water to leak out from the tank. This can lead to costly water damage to your house. For hot water tank repair in Calgary, call us immediately.
Low Amount of Hot Water
If your hot water tank is not producing enough hot water, there may be an issue with your pilot light inside your unit.
Too Hot or Too Cold Water
If the water in your taps is either too hot or too cold, it may be because your water heater tank is either too big or too small for your home. If your water heater is smaller than it should be, chances are that it can wear down prematurely.
Age of Water Heating Tank
A water heating tank that is 10 to 15 years old is past its prime. Even if you do not detect any issue, there is a greater chance of leaks, worn down equipment, and rust. If your water heating tank is old, you need to get a hot water tank replacement in Calgary.
AAA Heating and Plumbing can repair hot water tanks in Calgary. If we find that your appliance is old and is better off being replaced, we can recommend the newest and most energy-efficient models for you that can make a big difference in your energy bill. Call us now at 403-474-5443.